Off the Charts

So much for a quiet market ahead of the Fed rate decision. The S&P was widely expected to continue to trade in a range leading up to tomorrow's potentially market-moving announcement, which is perhaps why it didn't. Stocks appeared unconcerned about tomorrow's decision as the S&P surged 0.78% to break out of the wedge pattern we have been highlighting recently.

In last night's Off the Charts newsletter and today's "Morning Call" video we highlighted a group of tech stocks that have some of the most compelling charts in the market. The fact that many of the most bullish chart patterns are in tech right now is evidence of an emerging theme: as interest rates rise, money could continue to rotate out of dividend stocks and into higher-beta stocks in tech....1035 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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